Four Andean Condors Set Free in Patagonia National Park, Chile
WE BELIEVE THE WORLD CAN BE MORE WILD, BEAUTIFUL, AND EQUITABLE.
We’ve protected primeval forests as national parks. We’ve helped missing species come home. We’ve campaigned to keep threatened rivers wild and free.
We know that damaged landscapes and seascapes can rebound and human communities can flourish as a consequence of conservation.
We have seen it.
We have lived it.
Watch Kristine Tompkins’ May 2020 TED Talk.
For three decades, Douglas (1943–2015) and Kristine Tompkins and the Tompkins Conservation team have been protecting and rewilding nature in urgent response to global biodiversity loss and the climate crisis.
REWILDING | Results |
We have a rewilding approach to conservation—everything we do can be measured in land and sea protected, wildlife populations recovered, and neighboring communities prospering as a result of conservation. All of this positive work in the world has been accomplished with partners.
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EXPLORE | Our Work |
Tompkins Conservation is a strategic collaborator of its offspring nonprofits Rewilding Chile and Rewilding Argentina.
Whoever you are, wherever your interest lies, whatever you’ve fallen in love with, get out of bed every morning and do something. Act, step into the fray—fight for a human society in balance with the natural world.
—Kristine McDivitt Tompkins
In ways large and small, as individuals and groups, we have the power to reorient the trajectory of life on Earth toward beauty, diversity, wildness, and health.